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This tour was absolutely the highlight of my 2 weeks in Spain and Portugal. The palaces are stunning, both inside and the gardens. Going to the westernmost point in Europe was a cool experience. I cannot day enough nice things about our guide, Guilherme. Guilherme had tons of information about the sites we saw, Portuguese history, and local culture! He also had some excellent food suggestions. I would absolutely recommend this tour to anyone visiting Lisbon.
Easy way to visit Gibraltar without thinking where to park or how to cross the border, but I think that there was much more to visit there and that it could've been better organized.
Roman was ok as a guide, but limited with his explanations, we learnt everything about olives and olive oil, even though there is much more to learn about Andalusia, he also recommended some restaurants to visit in Sevilla claiming that there were not touristic, but actually when we checked it turned that they couldn't be more touristic
Venture to the ancient and culturally diverse city of Gibraltar on an exciting full-day excursion from Seville. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, immerse yourself in the intricate cultural tapestry of the city; gaze at the dramatic landmark of the Rock of Gibraltar; explore the subterranean depths of St. Michael’s Cave; then frolic with the famous monkeys who inhabit the island. Explore independently during a relaxed afternoon and treat your taste buds to the traditional flavors of Spanish cuisine in a rustic local restaurant (own expense).
Great experience and well organized.
You’re warmly greeted and welcomed into the kitchen with plenty of extra hands, so no dishes or cleanup. Charming team with excellent English. Would be 5 star, but meat used for main dish was lowest level possible. Sides and dessert were excellent! Main dish was tasty, except for the quality of the meat used. Would still do this again in a New York minute. Wonderful experience. We did it with 4 couples. Ton of fun and laughs!
Drinks were provided.
Rather than just eating Spanish food, master the basics of Catalonian cuisine during a cooking class in Barcelona. An obvious choice for food lovers, this hands-on cultural experience includes your own personal cooking station and guidance from a Barcelona local. Plus, the cooking school is located in the central district of Las Rambla, making it easy to find.
Immerse yourself in Spain’s rich religious heritage and sublime natural splendor on a full-day trip from Seville. Cruise around the dazzling Doñana Natural Park in a powerful 4WD drive vehicle and discover abundant wildlife and fascinating flora. Journey through muggy marshland, dramatic sand dunes and lush forests before delving into the traditional culture of El Rocio, a quaint town home to a renowned pilgrimage site. Conclude your tour with a romantic stroll upon the silken sands of Matalascañas Beach then relax during the comfortable journey back to Seville.
Our guide is Sevillian of all life. On this route, he wants to show you Seville away from its typical topics. Take a different Seville postcard or expand your knowledge of the classic city with this tour that will also make you move by bike through the best network of bike lanes in Europe.
You will discover a Seville beyond its main monuments, far from clichés and that flee from the routines of always and shows a creative city, which is reinvented every day. A Seville that pulsates in its cultural cafés, creative workshops and new natural spaces emerged on the banks of the Guadalquivir River.
Small group tour to see the Sierra de Aracena just 1 hour north of Seville. Ideal for families or groups of friends. We will visit the Grotto of the Wonders, one of the most important in Spain, we will know the town of Aracena and we will make a short trekking of low difficulty to have a picnic with organic products of the area in the Peña de Arias Montano a viewpoint with beautiful views About this green region.
Embark on a journey from Seville to the ancient city of Gibraltar, the gate between Africa and Europe on the Mediterranean Sea. Take a sightseeing coach tour and stop to visit the majestic Rock of Gibraltar, where you'll explore St Michael's Cave and take amazing photos of the impressive rock formations. Then, be entertained by Gibraltar’s famous monkeys! You'll also enjoy free time to explore more on your own, shop and enjoy a Spanish meal (own expense).
If you enjoyed watching Zindagi na mileri dobara, I will show you some spots where the movie was filmed, especially the scenes with snorkeling and skydiving, but also by the way if it is time I can show you a bit more of Costa Brava, which is one of the most beatiful sea coast in Spain and it is not very far from Barcelona.
Torreciudad is a spectacular sanctuary in Aragon region, with nice views with the snowed Pyrenees, only 2h45 minutes from Barcelona, built by the founder of Opus Dei, San José María Escribá de Balaguer in 1975. It is a must do for any catholic and included in the Mary's routes (ask me about Mary's routes, I am offering also other tours to Lourdes, Montserrat and Meritxell).
Beside the religion and faith it is also interesting observe his beauty and nature but I wouldn't recommend to people who the religion and faith is not the main reason of the daytrip. I offer other daytrips more interesting for those cases.
Local food and drinks is also a good point for this trip like watchung the blossom in early spring, the grapes growth in summer and the leafs' change of colour in autumn.